X-Man (Atari 2600 video game)
|Distribution||Atari 2600 cartridge|
This game has nothing to do with the similarly named Marvel's comic book series entitled X-Men. Rather, it was a pornographic videogame, the only title made by this company by Universal Games. It had faced protest from women’s groups when it was first released, and most retailers declined to carry it - or if they did - you had to be 18 years old to purchase the game, or you had to ask for it behind the counter. It is consequently very hard to find today, as of 2014. However, it is easier to find this game in PAL format, so please note that our rarity value is only for the NTSC version.
There have been reports that there are between 20 to 45 cartridges that were made in existence.
In the game, the player controls a naked man at a labyrinth. The objective is to reach the door at the center of the labyrinth avoiding scissors, crabs or teeth. Clearing the challenge, the player enters a bonus stage simulating a sexual relation of a man and a woman.
- AtariAge:X-Man, with box/cartridge and other information
- X-Man (Atari 2600 video game) at GameFAQs
- X-Man (Atari 2600 video game) at MobyGames
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